Google has reportedly revised disclaimers provided in its “incognito” mode. New wording seen on the new incognito home page viewed by states that “Incognito does not make you invisible online.” The change follows a ruling by US District Court Judge in the Northern District of California Lucy Koh that a lawsuit filed by users, claiming the tracking of users in incognito mode violates federal and state privacy laws, can move forward.
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